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LPKF to exhibit PCB prototypes at the 2013 Electronics New England Expo

March 6, 2013
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LPKF Laser & Electronics has announced it will exhibit at the 2013 Electronics New England Exposition, which takes place April 10-11 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston, MA. From booth 1019, LPKF will highlight its line of in-house rapid PCB prototyping equipment by creating boards with its best-selling PCB milling machine, the ProtoMat S63.

Capable of producing multiple design iterations in a single day, the ProtoMat S63 creates PCBs by milling away unwanted copper from substrates, leaving only the desired circuit traces behind. The S63’s long list of applications includes analog, digital, RF, and microwave boards as well as test fixtures, RF housings, 2.5D depth milling, and the engraving of front panels.

Throughout the two day exposition, LPKF senior sales associate Rory Grondin will be producing PCBs on the S63, displaying the system’s ease of use and quick turnaround capabilities.

In addition to its range of milling machines and laser systems, LPKF is the only manufacturer that offers a full line of SMT finishing and assembly equipment to create market-ready boards in-house. This allows users to maintain full control over the PCB fabrication process and is ideal for companies running small-batch production or those whose design security is of the utmost importance.

To see the ProtoMat S63 in action, stop by booth 1019 at Electronics New England. Or, for more information on how in-house prototyping can save you time and money, visit www.lpkfusa.com/pcb/.
 

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